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Respect: A Pillar of Good Muslim Character

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Transcript of Respect: A Pillar of Good Muslim Character

What is Respect ?
Everyone likes others to give him or her special regard and attention. This is exactly the meaning of respect. Respect shows that you care about peoples feelings and well being,
Respecting Humanity

When asked about the people who taught us the most, who were there for us through hardships, who laughed with us during the good times, who put up with us on our off days, most of us think immediately of our parents. And it is true: our parents are the ones who have been with us through almost everything in our lives. Our mothers carry us for nine grueling months before we are born, and for at least eighteen years afterwards, our parents, to list a few things, take care of us, teach us, help us, and provide for us financially and academically. Without them, most of us would not be in the places we are today.
Respecting Parents
In Islam we must respect our elders in all situations. We can never behave badly towards them and must always speak to them in a kind and gentle manner. Our parents deserve our utmost respect so we must always obey them and look after them. We must never hurt their feelings or make them feel sad. Like our parents, teachers have a special place. They give us a very special gift called knowledge (Ilm). This gift brings us closer to Allah and makes us better people. The best of teachers were the prophets and Muhammad (pbuh) was the last of these great teachers. He taught us about Allah and living our lives. Even today, we love and respect our Prophet (pbuh) and follow his advice.

Respecting Teachers
Respecting Elders
The concept of treating ourselves and everything around us with respect is not possible without complete submission to Almighty God, and without understanding how and why we surrender to His will. God reminds us in Quran that our sole purpose in life is to worship Him.{And I (God) created not the jinn and mankind except that they should worship Me (Alone).} (Adh-Dhariyat 51: 56)
Respecting Yourself
Respecting nature means not only to respect the trees and trees it also means to respect all the creation of allah.We should respect the animals and feed them.Prophet once told that respecting animals lead to paradise.Whereas hurting animals lead to hellfire.Respecting nature means tokeep it cean ,safeand conserve them.
Respecting Nature
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Respect: A Pillar of Good Muslim Character
All children born in this world are equal by birth on account of their being human beings. None of them is rich or poor, high caste or low caste, officer of servant. But these differences are brought into being soon after birth. Everybody shall try to take care of rich parents child but few shall try even to look at a child born in a poor house. A child born inside the room of a bungalow and the other one born in the servant quarters ofthesamebungalowbecome differentiated immediately after birth. All shall pay respect to the child of an officer but shall rebuke the child of a servant. It is no fault of any one child to take birth in a poor house and it is no virtue of any other child to take birth in a rich family. Thus it is unjust to differentiate one from the other. Similarly it is absolutely a wrong attitude to distinguish between people as one of low caste and the other of high caste.
Allah has said: We have honoured humanity as a whole. (17/70).
Respecting elders is important in Islam is very important because elderly people have alot of knowledge and wisdom.They have lived for a long time and learned many many things.
True or False:
1.Human beings come in dierent shapes,colors and backgrounds ._
2.In the eye of Islam, all human beings are not equal and do deserve the same respect.____
3.Allah did not honor humans and He did not make them His best and most favorite creation._____
4.Respecting and loving Allah does not mean that one has to praise Allah.______
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